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Mentoring and Advising

The Mentoring and Advising program (MAP) at IU School of Medicine was designed by students and faculty to ease that path for learners by providing academic support, career development and access to other resources—throughout all four years of medical school.

The statewide program includes campus-based lead advisors and volunteer faculty advisors who work collaboratively to oversee and guide students’ academic progress. Students meet with their lead advisor three times per year and schedule about three appointments with their volunteer faculty advisor.

students and advisor review course materials together

Lead Advisors

Lead advisors are assigned by your first year campus.
Meet the lead advisors Lead Advisors
a mentor and mentee sit together talking

Physician Mentor Program

Mentors provide holistic mentorship for students during their school career.
Learn more Physician Mentor Program